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Reporting a Crime

If you are a witness to or a victim of a crime, it is important that it be reported to the Erskine College Police Department or the Due West Police Department immediately. Report the crime in person to any patrolling law enforcement officer. Erskine also has a confidential voluntary reporting system:

Crime Stoppers Tip Line

379-2140

Callers will remain anonymous unless they opt to leave a name and telephone number to allow a representative of the Office of Public Safety to contact them.

Serious crimes, such as those listed in the crime stats section, should be reported to the Erskine College Police Department or the Due West Police Department at once.

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Erskine College does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or age in admission to, treatment in, access to, or employment in its programs or activities. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the College’s non-discrimination policies.

For inquiries regarding non-discrimination on the basis of sex:

Ms. Rebecca Magee

Title IX Coordinator
Galloway 208
[2 Washington Street]
Due West, South Carolina 29639
864-379-8859
magee@erskine.edu

Click here for the Sexual Misconduct Policy
Click here for important information for victims

For inquiries regarding non-discrimination on all other bases:

Buck Brown

Non-discrimination Coordinator
Belk Hall 238
[2 Washington Street]
Due West, South Carolina 29639
864-379-8805
brown@erskine.edu

Click here for Grievance Policy and Non-Discrimination Policy

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